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11 Swanhmore was a beautiful woman. I would maiTy her ' 
Tariq put this quote on his Swarthmore application, because he knew that Swarthmoie was 
where he wanted to be. He showed how much enthusiasm, joy, and love he had in evei^ 
moment he spent here. Everyone who met him, even for only a few moments, was touched 
by his contagious zest for everything in life. Tariq very much knew how to enjoy Swat: get 
your work done, but don't get too hung up about it. Too often Swatties are so obsessed with 
the work they have to do that they don't take a few moments a day to just sit back, enjoy the 
beautiful environment we have, and be thankful to be in such a wonderful place with such 
great people around us. Many of the greatest moments I shared with Tariq were when we 
really were not doing anything particularly special. We would spend an afternoon just sitting 
in the sun in the amphitheater, chatting with friends and enjoying the sights, sounds and 
smells of the surrounding area. Tariq had the amazing ability to find enjoyment in eveiything 
he did. even if (or perhaps especially if) what he was doing was nothing at all. Many times, 
I would be stressing about having to do work or having to run some errand, and Tariq would 
see this right away, and force me to take a step back and relax. We would lie on Parrish beach, 
or bake (actually more like 'watch our friends bake, then eat') key lime pie or watch Family 
Guy. Tariq helped everyone around him to relax, enjoy life and have some fun, time after 
time. He was also the best friend anyone could ask to have. When we think about Tariq, I 
believe it is important to remember what he stood for. Every time we stress about having a 
lot of work, we need to take a breath, and even if there isn't time at this very moment (which 
surprisingly enough, is rarely true), find the time in the next day to enjoy life. Find a group of 
friends, sit in the amphitheater, talk about anything you want, and remember that even though 
you're here to do work, that's not all there is about Swarthmore. 
Remember Tariq, and enjoy everything you do, 
because that is what is truly important. 

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K. Ann Renninger 

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Dana girls are always on top, but 2005-2006 

was a wild ride for all Dana residents. Outings 

to baseball games, killer snow ball fights in the 

wee-hours of the morning and trailer-trashing 

madness are but some of the memories shared 

by this half of Danawell. 
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the 'well. "Wet Wednesdays" were a 3rd floor fea- 
ture, while the basement kitchen spawned many- 
a-batches of brownies and other special goodies. 
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Olde Club is o venue where the signifier does not always 
equol the signified. The fine line between pleasure and pain, 
performer and oudience, rock-stor and Swattie were all con- 
fused and conflated in 2005-2006. Students took the stage 
during open-mics and tribute concerts, and some may never 
forget the role-reversal during the Les Savy Fav show. Olde 
Club was experienced as Czeckoslovokia in the production of 
Albert Camus's Misunderstanding, and as a posh club featur- 
ing Swarthmore's finest DJs complete with a dizzying array of 
strobe lights. Olde Club provides an opportunity for the post 
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Or maybe fine chocolates or flowers 

for Valentine's Day? 

They head to the Ville! 

"The Ville" is the common name for Swarthmore's 

business district, and it's the quintessential charming small-town center! 

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game and that it's supposed to be fun. 
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Dwimming my last race EVER at home in Swarthmore's pool with the team and friends cheering. 
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"So whenever you envision a promising direction for your discipline or profession; or spot an imagina- 
tive strategy for-profit or non-profit organization;when the opportunity arises to take responsibility for 
a group, institution or society; step forward mindful of the quality and power of the leadership you 
can deliver." - Al Bloom 





"Some of the time we are instrumentolly motivated, that is we act in order to achieve some further 
goal, and some of the time we are intrinsically motivated: we aact because what we are doing is plea- 
surable or meaningful in itself, what i wish for you is on opportunity to merge the two." - Bob Gross 





"After all, what is life but a breath of smoke, out of the mouth of the powers that be, and into the 
wind. And you have all carried me. Congratulation, hug your family, make good choices, word is 
bond." - Toby David '06, Senior Class Speaker 





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Robert "Bob" Gross 

1959 

May 28, 2006 

rgrossl(a)s wart hmore.edu 

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Alumnus/Alumna 

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English Literature 

Mary Lyons 

Parrish 140 

September 7 

Hanover, PA 

Central High School of Philadelphia 

Married to 

Beth Gross 

Liberal 

Cooking, Music, Gardening, Grandchildren 

Dean of the College, Swarthmore Film Club 

Blues, Opera, Classical 

Daily Show, Sopranos, West Wing, South Park 

Beaugarde & Kurosawa, Kill Bill 

Robert Parker, Dostoevsky, Art Spiegelman, Robert Coles 

Lamb Tagine, BBQ Ribs, Apple Pie 

No matter what you say or do to me, I'm still a worthwhile person. 

The key to my success is a good administrative assistant. (Thanks Pat) 



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'ast and Future 

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"I can't say that... or that..." 

Crum Parties: singing songs and drinl<ing beer around a bonfire 

Seeing students, who didn't thinl< they would graduate, graduate 

The students that have passed away: 

horrible for the families, sad for the community 

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Congratulations, Eric! ! ! ! 

We are very proud of The Boy, 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Beth 

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Congratulations! 

You are a gift from God. 
We love you. 

Dad, Mom & Lawrence 



JOHN ROBERT ERVIN 




We are so very proud of you. 

With love from 

your family 



Nick Menard 



"Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is he key to success. If yc 
love what you are doing, you will be successful." - Herman Cain 



tM ^^ ^^^ proud to be 
your parents! 

You are on your way 

We love you. 
Mom, Dad and Drew 





"Fronr\ your parents you learn love and laughter and learn 
to put one foot before the other. But when books are 
opened you discover you have wings." 




■n Helen Hoyes (I90O-I993) US Oct 



May you continue to soar 
as high as your dreams. 

We are proud of what 

heights you have 

accomplished. 






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You have come a long way, Charlotte! 



Congratulations 



We are so proud of you! 



g\\\ Love, Mommy, Daddy and Dorothy 




Marissa Ann Vahlsing 



"One of the most 
difficult equations of life 
is trying to balance reality 
with what your heart tells you." 
Vahlsing 




Congratulations on your outstanding acadennic 
achievements! With enormous pride and all of our 
love. 

Your Family 



Tiffany Pao 




Yon have al»a>s been a .ST.AR 
Congratulations 

Love, 
Monimv & Daddv 



Lauren Teuton 




Lauren, 

Thank you for all the years of joy you have given us. 

We are so proud of you. 

Keep on exploring tlie richness of your talent 

to accomplish your dreams. 

CongratuCationsl 

i'l^e [ox'e you, 

Mom, Dad and Alexandra 



Caroline Carlson 




You NEVER CEASE TO AMAZE US, 

and we love you so. 

Congratulations! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Jonathan 




We are SO prou 
of you, Steven^ 
Stand tall always 
We love you 

--Mom and Dad 



It's not the goal that's important, whats important is a journey, keeping on going. 
Congratulations, David and good iuck on vour journey 

With love 
Mom and Dad 





Carol Trevey 

You did what you set out to do. 

We're ver\ proud of you. 

Lo\e. 

Mom and Dad 




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Congratulations! 

Love from all of us! 

We're all with you as you go on from here! 



May the best days of your past be the worst days of your future. 
Congratulations! 



We love you. 
Your family 




Cara Christina Tigue 




Cara, 

We are so \ery proud of the \ oung »oman you have become. ^ our years 
at Swarthniore hsne gi\en you the perspective you need to follow your dreams 
no matter where they may take you. Knjoy the journey, continue to believe in 
yourself, and make a difference in ihc v\orld. .\l\vays remember how much 
we love you. Congratulations on your graduation! 
Love, 

Mom. Dad. and Patrick 



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Wie er auf dem letzten Hugel, der ihm ganz sein Tal 
noch einmal zeigt, sich wendet, anhdit, weilt-, 
so leben wir und nehmen imer Abschied. 

- Rainer Maria Rilke 

Our Fabulous Carlo 
Our Sprightly Woodnymph 
Our Wonderful Daughter 
Our Dearest Friend 

Mommy, Daddy, Melissa, Susannah 









For Jessica 





Seems like Just yesterday, we unloaded the car and carried 

those first boxes up the stairs of Parrish 

We missed you during those summers away from home, 

while you were busy on the job 

Now it's practically time for you to graduate-- 

these past four years have just flown by! 

Congratulations for all of your successes! 

You worked very hard for each one, 
and you have always made us so proud! 



Love, 
Mom and Dad 





NANNERS! 

e love you madly and are unspeakably proud of you; you can do an if /j/ng - you want! 

Tons of hugs and kisses, 

Mom & Dad & Spencer 

The French Hens; Oma & Grandpa 

Jana, Katy, Katie, Maribeth, Cameron, Amy, Sarah 

icle John & Aunt Rosie, Uncle Bill, Aunt Kathy, Uncle Paul & Aunt Ann, Uncle Tom 

and all your devoted friends from All Angels'. 



Victoria Swisher 




Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. 
Live the life youve imagined. 

-Henry David Thoreau- 



1/l/e are so proud of all that you have 
accomplished and can hardly wait to see the 
path that life brings to you as you follow your 
dreams. 

With all our Love. 
Mum and Dad 



Congratulations^ Em! 

You're the Best. We Love You! 




Love, Your Family and Fan Club! 



Nunc est bibendum, 

nunc pede libero pulsanda tellus. 



Horace, Odes, Book I, xxxvii. 



SALVE 
ALICIA 

Pater et Mater 




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* Now is the time for drinking, now the time to beat the gromid with unfettered foot. 




Congratulations, babe! 

We love ya, 

Mum, Dad & Mary 




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Feet on the ground 
Sky all around- 
Life has no limits. 

We'll be with you in your adventures to come. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad Emily, Daniel and Margaret 
and all the family 







Reena Nadler '06 



A sweet, talented, 

dazzling woman. 
Your amazing smile 
lights up the world. 



We admire you, we cherish you, 
and we are so very proud of you. 

With love, 

Abba, Mom, Susannah, and Tony 




Martyna Helena Pospieszalska 




Be cheerful. 
Strive to be happy. 
Don't miss a turn! 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Ania and Michal 



Stacey Prow 

You're the wind beneath our wings 




CONGRATULATIONS STACEY! 

Good hick in grad school 
Love, Mom, Dad and Scott 



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"Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars." 

■ Les Brown 

Vicky - We're so proud of all you've done! Hold fast to your dreams 
and let courage and tenacity take care of the rest. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Madeline and Rebecca 



■yoa spenc! a lifetime trying to get tsem off tire ground 

Yoo ran with theffi undl you're both brealhless. 

Tfeey crash— tfaey fait she rooftop. 

■you patch and comfort, asEd adjttSS, and they'll fly. 

Finally they are airborne. 

They need more string, and yon feeep letting if: out. 

But with each twist of the ball of twiiK, thsre is 

sadness thai goes with joy. 
The kite becomes nrore disiatit, snd you know that it 

won't be Song 
Before Oie beautifDl crestnre will snap tae Ufeline thst 

feivads yoo togestier. 
Aofife wit! soar as it's measl to ssair, feee asjd aioae. 
OnSy shea wili yon Imovs )bst you have done your job. 



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Jordanne Ashley Owen 

Words cannot expre.s.s how proud 

we are of all your accomplishmeuls 

and achievements over the past four 

yeai^s. You are that shining star in our 

universe. May (iod continue to bestow 

his blessings upon you always. . .and honey 

I HOPE YOV DANCE 

With love and respect always Mom and .hired 




Emily, 



Follow your dreams 

We love you ' 

Mom Dad and Sarah 




It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. 
What is essential is invisible to the eye. 
Music and song profoundly touch the heart 
and allow the invisible to be seen and felt. 

Antoine de Saint-Exupeiy 



EVAN WOLF BUXBAUM 

Congratulations ! 

We are so proud of you! 



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Concerning all acts of initiative and creation 
there is one elementary truth... 

The moment one definitely commits oneself, 
then Providence moves too. 

W.H. Murray 




/Alex, 

From Popples to 
Pasta Bar, you've 
come a long way... 



...and we couldn't be 
prouder! 

Congratulations! 

With deepest love and 
affection, 

Mom and Dad 




Congratulations Devi!! ! ! 

Congraiulalions on reaching this def;linaTion. You ga7fid al die stflf; and undersinod dial 
Ihc goal IS high and the iouinc> is long, but you accepted the challenge. Your 
accomplishment is a testiraon>- of your endurance unO ^jmnutmeni to succeed. 

We arc pT^>ud ol'yuu. 

Love 

Mora. Dad and the rcsl of the family. 




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R£Cich for ijDur dreams 

AiA/d ren'wfivw.ber, we LoVfi ijou, alwaijs.] 



Moi^, iMm, a\AJ. the tmtirt fa\M.lli^ 





Jessica Larson 

Congratulations on your 

extraordinary academic and 

athletic achievements » You have 

made us extremely proud. 



lore J 
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Halcyon 2006 
Swarthmore College 
Space Issue 

Editor-in-Chief and Treasurer Jaeyoon Kim '07 
Managing Editor Sung Choi '08 
Business Manager Andrew Cheng '08 

Staff Editors: 
Laura Cass '08 
Reina Chano '09 
Jeong-Hwan Kim '07 
Whitney Nekoba '08 
Lindsay Roth '07 
Powen Shiah '06 

Photographers: 

Sarah Hunter- Smith '07 

Shlesha Thapaliya '07 

Produced with: 

Adobe InDesign/Photoshop CS 

Jostens Yeartech 2006 

Printed at: 

Jostens, State College, PA 



Photo Credits: 
Ian Bradshaw '05 
Genise Choy '09 
Jim Coates '72 
Paul Goldberg 
Jim Graham 
Eleftherios Kostans 
Victor Mandes 
Summer Spicer '07 
Phillip Stern '84 

Special Thanks To: 

Jenny Yim, Stduent Activities Coordinator 

Greg Leiserson '06 and Student Budget Committee 

Phil Klein, Brenda Savino and Jostens 

Publications Office 

The Phoenix for their cover arts 



Thanks to Swarthmore students who shared their photos with us ( not in order): 

Yaprak Sariisik, Win Ling Chia, Wee, Stobo, Sharon Forscher, Shalaj Tater, Paige Gentry, Molly Maurer 

Marissa Vahlsing, Kyle White, Kate Goertzen, Joe Kille, Lisa Nelson, Mariko Terasaki, Criselda Haro 

Atsuro Wada, Ana Chiu, Alexandra Loizzo, Danielle Miller, Rebecca Brubaker, Kristen Shonborn 

Finlay Logan, Joella Fink, Anne Coleman, Jayanti Owens, Anthony Manfredi, Nathaniel Peters, 

Kristin Leitzel, Syeda Tasnim, Sasha Shahidi, Lisa Andrade, Dwight Smith, Eliza Blair, Rozina Ali, Brandy 

Heidi Fieselmann, De\'i Ramkissoon, Rachel, Angela Fleury, Matt Singleton, Scott Birney, Bernadette Baird-Zars 

Jenna Adelberg, Madeleine Case, Aaron Hollander, Martyna Pospieszalska, Rita Kamani, Gavin Nurick 

Marie Laurenza, Kavita Hardy, Emily Kan, Lea Deutsch, Tevye Kelman, Julia Morrison, Adem Kader 

Hans Hsu, Laila MuUer, Luned, Allison Schultz, Molly Maurer, Cara Arcuni, Jonna Seavey, Kristin Davis 

Rasa Petrauskatie, Ryan Kuker, Randall Johnston, Nelson Pavlosky, Janice Im, Samantlia Graffeo, Heather Jones 

Donna Mucha, Duncan Gromko, Ariana Nash, Anna Everetts, Anisha Chandra. Christian DeSimone 

Meggie Hudson, Dana Variano, Emily Conlon, Adam Roddy, Anastasia Herasimovich and many others 

who submitted photos online and did not specify^ their names. 



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